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Jonathan Colman

NARA, Subject-Numeric 1964–66, DEF – Defence Affairs UK, 1-Policy, Plans, Readiness 7.1.65, Embassy to State and Defence, ‘United Kingdom 1965 NATO Annual Review Submission’, 11 November 1965. 6 LBJL, NSF: Country File, Box 215, UK Trendex 4/65–8/65, author unknown, ‘Draft Memorandum for the President, US–UK Relations’, 1 June 1965

in A ‘special relationship’?
Roberta Bivins

funded NHS generosity, particularly as US–UK relations around the ECA deteriorated in the later months of 1949 and beyond. Stella Isaacs, the well-known founder of Britain’s million-strong Women’s Voluntary Service during the Second World War and a friend of Eleanor Roosevelt, made this a central plank in her personal campaign to support Anglo-American relations. 63 Writing to T. Fife-Clark in the Ministry of Health’s publicity division in 1949, she was adamant about the need ‘to debunk from the consciousness of

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Jonathan Colman

commensurate with its high political cost’. British opposition had ‘always found its most effective voice in a segment of the Parliamentary Labour Party’, though. Labour MPs had ‘a natural forum’ in the Commons and were able to ‘bring pressure to bear directly on the Prime Minister’. This pressure had ‘produced some embarrassing moments for US/UK relations, as was the case last April and June when HMG “dissociated” itself from

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